Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association
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MOFGA Events

Throughout the year, MOFGA hosts hundreds of meetings, workshops, conferences, dinners and festive gatherings. Many take place at our Common Ground Education Center in Unity, Maine. And many more happen at farms, businesses and other venues throughout the state. Please review our event registration policies. For events offered by other organizations, see our Calendar page. Interested in giving a workshop for MOFGA? Please complete this form. If you are interested in receiving a scholarship for a MOFGA event click here.

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Grow Your Own Organic Garden Classes 2020

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April 8, 2020

ALL CLASSES POSTPONED – Further information coming soon

Grow Your Own Organic Garden has been part of MOFGA’s annual event line-up since 1990, when we began this statewide class on growing organically in your own backyard.  We’ll miss seeing our students in person this year, but are glad to be able to bring you these resources in a digital format.

If you’d like to enjoy the class from the comfort of your own home, we are working to bring this class to you as a webinar. Stay tuned for details!  

We have one in-person class currently scheduled for:

Houlton
Houlton/Hodgdon Adult & Community Education
HHEC, 18 Military Street
www.rsu29-79.maineadulted.org
May 27

You can read all the handouts you would have enjoyed in the class right here:

A donor’s guide to vegetable harvest from Maine’s Cooperative Extension
(https://extension.umaine.edu/publications/4303e/)

Composting in the back yard or on a small farm
(https://www.mofga.org/Publications/The-Maine-Organic-Farmer-Gardener/Winter-2005-2006/Composting)

Vegetable Pest & Disease Calendar
(https://www.mofga.org/Publications/The-Maine-Organic-Farmer-Gardener/Summer-2014/Vegetable-Pest-and-Disease-Calendar)

Vegetable Planting Guide from Fedco
(https://www.fedcoseeds.com/seeds/veggie-chart)

Some other MOFGA resources that might be helpful to you:

Fact sheets (including the basics of organic vegetable gardening, composting, and more)

Pest reports (and sign up to get new ones!)
(https://mofga.org/Publications/Pest-Reports)

Our newspaper archives (The MOF&G) are filled with interesting articles to inspire you.
(https://mofga.org/Publications/The-Maine-Organic-Farmer-Gardener)


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